On this blog, we share the stories of people all over San Antonio who are leading change. Read about the individuals, organizations, and collaborations that are moving us closer to the shared Community Vision.
As president and CEO of Family Violence Prevention Services, Inc. (FVPS), the umbrella organization in charge of running the Battered Women and Children’s Shelter, Marta Peláez wants to reframe the conversation around domestic violence. She wants people to understand that
Joe Treviño’s life changed overnight when he fell 20 feet from the roof of his home and landed on the metal guardrail of a trampoline. He severed his spinal cord, punctured a lung, and broke his ribs. The accident left
At the H-E-B Body Adventure, a four-story exhibit at the Witte Museum, visitors of all ages test their strength, practice relaxation techniques, choose healthy meal options, and view the inner-workings of the digestive system. Visitors interact with each part of
In San Antonio, 25% of children live in food insecure homes. These children do not know where their next meal will come from, thus they go to school hungry. Research shows children who go to school hungry are more likely
Every day at SA2020 we coordinate the intentional, concurrent, dynamic and interrelated work led by over 160 multi-sector Partners. We created an interactive visual, the SA2020 Ecosystem Map, so you could see what we’re talking about. SA2020 Partners include nonprofits,
Hixon Properties, a family-owned, San Antonio-based business since 1975, invests not just in real estate but also in the community it serves. With a collective passion for Family Well-Being, Education and Downtown Development, Hixon upholds its philanthropic mission statement and